This April could well mark the beginning of the end of the polar ice caps.
Deforestation in the Amazon is soaring.
The people of Sarayaku are a leading force in 21st-century indigenous resistance.
A new report reveals more than 20 US companies have imported millions of dollars in illegal wood from the Peruvian Amazon since 2008.
In spite of announced clean energy policies, the world isn’t moving fast enough to mitigate climate disruption.
In hosting a huge computing cloud for the CIA’s secrets, Amazon now has “a digital place where data for mass surveillance and perpetual war are converging.”
Integrity Staffing Solutions, Inc. v. Busk reveals the ugly side of business today.
It’s too bad for workers, but speedier delivery sounds like a boon for customers, right? Not so fast.
Hiparidi Top’Tiro Xavante says indigenous peoples of the Amazon are uniting to defend their way of life and protect the biodiversity of the “lungs of the world.”
What we set on our tables, and chow down on at fast-food restaurants, may be contributing more to the acceleration of climate change and human extinction than some…